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Lemmens extends contract

Sean Lemmens has extended his contract with the club for a further three years.

7:00pm  May 25, 2018

Back to old stomping ground for Dew

Saturday looms as the first time Stuart Dew will face the Sydney Swans, the club he served as an assistant coach for eight years before joining the SUNS last year.

10:15am  Jul 20, 2018

Experienced trio provide NEAFL boost

Gold Coast’s NEAFL side managed a stunning win over the Giants on Saturday due to the contributions of three SUNS returning from injury.

10:00am  Jul 20, 2018

Team Announcement: Round 4

Rhiannon Sargent  April 12, 2018 6:25 PM

Team Announcement: Round 4 Check out the team for our upcoming clash against West Coast Eagles at Optus Stadium in Perth this Saturday.

Jack Bowes returns to the senior side for the SUNS’ Round 4 clash with West Coast following a one match suspension

The Academy product has been named on the interchange to replace Pearce Hanley, who suffered a severe shoulder injury against Fremantle in Round 3.

Saturday’s also marks the 100th career and club game milestone for midfielder Aaron Hall, who made his SUNS debut in 2012.

The match against West Coast comes following a week in Western Australia for the SUNS, who elected to remain in the state between the Round 3 and round 4 matches. 

Senior Coach Stuart Dew told the media the week had allowed the team extra bonding time, but also the chance to watch their upcoming opponent live.

“In a long-term view as a footy club it’s great to spend time with the players that you normally wouldn’t get to,” Dew said.

“In terms of our program it’s been exactly the same.

“We didn’t ask enough questions of Fremantle with our ball movement – we look for some improvement there and go a little bit more direct.

“Not often we get to [watch opposition clubs live] – it was good to go and watch and get a feel for how they play live.

“Eventually their [West Coast’s] work-rate got them over the line.”

The SUNS head into the match following a loss against Fremantle and will be looking to return to their winning form from the earlier rounds.

The game will be broadcast on Fox Footy and 7Mate (check local guides). 


Round 4 AFL Premiership Team v West Coast
Saturday, April 14 at 6.10pm AWST
Optus Stadium


5. Jarrod Harbrow

16. Rory Thompson

38. Jesse Joyce


35. Michael Rischitelli

17. Steven May

10. Kade Kolodjashnij


14. Lachie Weller

25. Jarryd Lyons

8. Brayden Fiorini


4. Jack Martin

19. Tom Lynch

15. Aaron Young


9. Ben Ainsworth

12. Sam Day

6. Alex Sexton


28. Jarrod Witts

11. Touk Miller

24. David Swallow


39. Nick Holman

29. Jack Bowes

44. Darcy Macpherson


33. Aaron Hall




41. Jacob Heron

32. Max Spencer

40. Wil Powell


3. Matt Rosa